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Tribal Council Meetings are held the third Saturday of each month at 2:00 PM.


Upcoming Meetings: August 15, 2015, September 19, 2015, October 17, 2015

Recent Events
Grand Opening of Tribal Building

3rd Annual Culture Camp -- July 7-11, 2014

General Honore visits Pointe-au-Chien, July 10, 2014

8 PACIT leaders and members attend public meeting on reforming the Federal Acknowledgment Process -- July 1, 2014

NCAI -- June 2014

Spring Social -- April 26, 2014

7 PACIT leaders and Tribal members attend Reforming the Federal Acknowledgement Process Conference at Arizona State University, January 2014,

PACIT signs Declaration on the Exercise of Inherent Sovereignty and Cooperation, January 16, 2014,
http://conferences.asucollegeoflaw.com/triberecognition/files/2013/10/Signed-Declaration-Witness-Document.pdf


Elections -- July 20, 2013
 
January 6, 2012 -- BP Oil Spill Meeting

November 6, 2011 -- Candidate Forum for State Representative 53 and Lafourche Parish President

August 30, 2011 -- Second Chairman Donald Dardar and Council Member Theresa Dardar attended Gulf Restoration Taskforce Meeting and Stakeholders Meeting on August 30, 2011 in Biloxi, MS







INTERVIEW ON NATIVE AMERICAN CALLING
Friday, February 10 - Hurricane Fallout for Coastal Tribes: (Listen in RealAudio…) Go to: http://www.nativeamericancalling.com/nac_past2006a.shtml 
Synopsis from Native American Calling website:
Coastal tribes still facing the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita are pleading for help. Although much aid has been sent to help in the recovery, area tribes seem to have been forgotten. Those tribes are asking for assistance to make recovery efforts possible for their nations. What are tribal members doing to cope with their flooded communities? Why are tribes left out of the loop for large funding? What are the larger implicationsbes who may have to move from their traditional homelands? Guests are Chief Randy Verdun of the Bayou Lafourche Band of Biloxi-Chitimacha, Vice-Principle Chief Michael Dardar, Chairman Charles Verdin of the Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe of Louisiana, and Patty Ferguson (
Pointe-au-Chien), Tribal Attorney/ Pointe-au-Chien Indian Tribe of Louisiana.
 
 
 
 
 

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Upcoming Events

Culture Camp July 6-10, 2015

Elections July 18, 2015


  • Elections Commissioner Liz Billiot

    EC Assistant Geneva Leboeuf


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    POINTE-AU-CHIEN INDIAN TRIBE
    ANNOUCES
    Oral History Documentation Project
    -Ongoing-
     
    Please contact the Tribe for more details.
     
    This project is in conjunction with the LSU Oral History Center.
     
    Come learn to take interviews, draft interview questions, and transcribe interviews for the Tribe's cultural preservation project
     

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